FRIENDS OF THE LINNETS
The Friends of the Linnets is the official supporters club of King's Lynn Town FC.
We were formed during the tenure of previous chairman Keith "Buster" Chapman with the intention of raising money for the club.
In previous seasons we have assisted with running the club shop, producing and selling the matchday programme and other fund raising activities which assist the club.
We have helped the club replace the disabled shelter, brought first aid kits for all teams, helped with donations for the A Team and Ladies Team with regards pitch hire, donated old team shirts for the cafe wall, helped with new washing machine and many other items.
The 12th man win bonus club and 100 club will continue, both of these are good fund raisers for the club.
12th man is a donation of £5 for every league, FA Cup and FA Trophy game the first team wins - this money goes directly into the playing budget. Over £4,000 has been raised in the last 2 seasons.
The 100 club costs just £2 a month, with a draw taking place EVERY month for a chance to win £75 or £25. There is no limit to the amount of numbers you can have!
New for the 2019/20 season, sees the launch of "Pitch Squares", where for £10 you can "buy" any pitch square. The money raised is ring fences especially for pitch improvements. If all squares are sold there will be a draw at Christmas to win £100. Details of squares available to buy can also be found in the clubs shop/cafe area.
For membership payments, 100 club & 12th man payments you can pay in the club shop or see Barry Fysh in the cafe before games.
If you are interested in any of the above or interested in becoming a committee member please contact us via email ([email protected]) or our Twitter & Facebook pages.
The current committee is:
Sue Cross (Chair)
Jamie Heaphey (Secretary)
Zoe Sandle (Treasurer)
Mark Mallows, Paul Bland, Malcolm Hill, Matthew Green, Peter Salazar & Joshua Yates
12/10/19 - At the Chester game, Adam Marriott was awarded the September player of the month award. He is seen being presented with his award by committee member Jamie Heaphey. Adam won the award by 2 votes, with Aaron Jones in second place.